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300 THE BATTLE WITH THE BANK.
" Your substitute for boughs and bows did not suit me much better
than it did you ; and I thought that, rather than injure the beautiful
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A SUPPRESSED POEM. 299
its omission. He said he was glad you had, and added : * It is the
only thing of Bryant s that has not pleased me. "*
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CHAPTER TENTH.
THE LAW ABANDONED.
A. D. 1822-1824.
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AN ANTI-WAR ODE. I2 i
A month after getting to Bridgewater his poetical faculties
were put in request for a Fourth of July ode, which hardly
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112 POEMS ON LOVE AND DEATH.
And heard the eternal moaning of the tide
That cut him off from men his spirit died
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SEPARATION. Ill
cased in mail, like that which Pelides wore in battle, he stood
manfully up to the enemy but alas ! and alas ! he was pierced
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MISGIVINGS. 109
" Nor Africk sends this wondrous gift,
Nor India s purple shores,
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A LOVE EPISODE.
ID/
The real reason of his silence at this period was, as I sup
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THE COLLEGE STUDENT.
recollections of my brother," said Mr. Arthur Bryant, at a lit-
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92 THE COLLEGE STUDENT.
" This will not suffer by comparison with Moore s translation of
the same.